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Wild Grace: A Heroine’s Journey

With Amisha Ghadiali

In this week of meditation, yoga, myth, ritual and study, we work closely with the female deities of the Hindu tradition to awaken our feminine powers and come into balance with the divine masculine within.

8th September - 13th September Wild Grace Book Now

Times: 1 pm Sun. 8th – 2 pm Fri. 13th September

Fee: £595

Limited bursary places are available at £445 on application.

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Reclaim these lost parts of yourself so that you can live in a fuller sense of wholeness, power and responsibility.

Enter a safe space to experience the full spectrum of who you are and who you can be, including the light and shadowy patterns.

This is a facilitated retreat for you to develop the skills to tap into your feminine nature – to love, to listen, to birth, to create, to play, to channel wisdom, to bring sensitivity, to live through our intuition, to transform and be connected to nature.

What To Expect

An opportunity to explore an embodied mythology and accessible spirituality, using the Hindu tradition as a foundation. Each day will be themed on a different deity (translates as: ‘the shining playful ones’) from the Hindu pantheon – which serve as archetypes to support greater self-awareness.

Using meditation, myth and story, mantra and yoga asana, each morning you will begin to assimilate the qualities of these archetypes into your being, to enable deconditioning and a greater sense of who you are.

Afternoons will be spent further exploring the qualities and themes of each day:
self-worth, soul radiance, unifying opposing forces, creativity, love, warrior, fearless, wild discernment, unearthly quality, bridging worlds

Each evening you will take part in a ritual to celebrate, integrate and embody the essence of the theme.

This retreat will give you a grounded understanding and expand your connection to these Goddesses, as well as your relationship with your own feminine power and it’s balance with your inner masculine.

We use the Hindu deities as a map, but you don’t have to believe in Hinduism or in yourself as a goddess to take part. It’s a language that helps us to uncover different aspects of ourselves. These are deities that are often referred to in modern yoga.

Is It For You?

Do you feel pigeonholed, categorised and put into boxes?

Do you want to grow out of the conditioning that is holding you back?

Are there aspects of yourself that feel hidden, squashed or unheard?

Would remembering these parts of yourself allow you to tap into more of your own strength?

If you want to explore with your inner-landscape, integrate the lost parts and expand your own sense of self, through embodying the mythology of an established tradition, then this week is for you.

No previous experience of anything is required.


Amisha Ghadiali

Amisha is an activist, yoga facilitator and intuitive healer.

She is interested in where our inner and outer worlds meet. She hosts the globally acclaimed podcast ‘The Future Is Beautiful’ which weaves together Politics, Spirituality, Creativity and Sustainability – to inspire us each to rise up, move beyond silos and create a beautiful future.

Amisha holds Yoga workshops and Rituals internationally, which bring together Mantra, Asana, Meditation, Mudra, Mythology, Dance, Philosophy, Activism, Energy clearing and deep dives into the psyche.

She leads retreats and immersive experiences including annual pilgrimages to India (her native land) and Wild Grace: A Heroine’s Journey.

Amisha’s background is in Politics, Design and Sustainable Fashion – A big part of her ‘Yoga’ is exploring how we relate to the world around us and embody our values at this challenging time.

Amisha Ghadiali

Upcoming Dates & Booking

8th September - 13th September Wild Grace Book Now

We aim for all of our courses to be as inclusive and accessible as possible – please contact us for information on paying in installments.

There are also a limited number of bursary places available at £445  for this course at on application.

If you have any questions please call +44 (0) 1647 252 983 or email support@embercombe.org

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